Economic failure in 2018

Life is a series of challenges. They never end… until you do. Just when you think that you are the master of the universe, the universe throws you another challenge to show you that you aren’t. They young think that they are, until life happens. They all figure it out, eventually unless they die young.

Even our greatest president, George Washington, who had to figure it all out without relying on prior presidents’ to pave the way, had a never-ending series of challenges until December 14, 1799.

We, our nation, will have our greatest challenge between 2018-2019. It will be the sudden economic collapse of our financial system. It will be similar to the almost collapse of about five years ago. We dodged that bullet by the Federal Reserve pumping trillions of dollars into the system to keep the world economies afloat.

We won’t be that lucky the next time. Why? Because our government are even worse debt junkies now, and our debts keep skyrocketing. They will, until the rest of the world loses faith that we’ll ever pay them back and abandon the U.S. dollar. That will be our undoing.

Even today, the Chinese are doing currency swaps with their trading partners and avoiding the dollar to settle their international debts.


It’s happened before to other nations and it will continue to happen. Why? Because governments have thought of themselves as omnipotent and spend far in excess of their incomes. It works for a while, but like heroin users, they need a bigger and bigger fix… of debt. Eventually they overdose.

Our government is the biggest heroin user of all.

Unless we do something quickly, we’ll overdose between 2018-2019 and our then president will be blamed for it all. The public wanting to blame someone, or some political party, will just be the usual noise. The Democrats will blame the Republicans, and vice versa. It will all be posturing to gain a political advantage for the following election cycle.

What won’t be, is that tens of millions of Americans will deeply suffer because of the recklessness of our government.

I hope this doesn’t happen but it will. As I told a CNN political reporter, as I am a naturalized American citizen I have a huge debt to repay this country for letting me live here, and I honor my debts. I have an estimated ten years left to repay that debt.

If I had unlimited money, then I can almost guarantee a win by running in more than four states, something nobody thought legal. It is legal, and I’m doing it. However, four states is the maximum that we can work in, and it’s a seven day a week effort as it is.

When I play the lottery for the gigantic prizes, I don’t play it to secure a wealthy retirement. My dream is about using the money to guarantee a win, and representing the public to solve our nation’s very serious financial and other problems.

It’s a strange dream of spending the rest of my life, after winning hundreds of millions of dollars, working hard to fix our very serious problems rather than buying fancy homes, traveling and living a life of luxury.

My wife and I don’t’ have any children, so the United States financial collapse won’t have a dramatic personal impact. If you are under thirty-five it will for you because your life is just beginning. If I lose these races at either the primaries, or the general election we are working on a personal strategy to liquidate all of our real estate and other assets, buying Swiss Francs and waiting.

Switzerland is a safe harbor in the middle of Europe. They (and Lichstenstein) didn’t fall for the Eurozone conversion protocol where individual countries exchanged their currency for the Euro in 1999, so still use francs. They are a bastion of safety, which is why all of the smart money goes into storage there for over a hundred years.

We’ll buy back in to the market at the bottom, after the dollar has collapsed and when the  disastrous increase in inflation starts to stabilize, and do very well. You may want to think about doing something similar. Thinking strategies years into the future is the key to success.

My job, if supported by the public and elected, will be to stop a collapse happening. I know how to stop it, but need a voice that will be heard. The only voices heard originate in Washington.

If you support the other generic candidates, it certainly won’t help. Why? Because Albert Einstein once said that a definition of madness, or insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. That’s something like adding 2 + 2 and hoping to get 4,385.29 as the result. Unless you’re living in a different universe, that will never happen.

But the American public, even with the historically low congressional approval rating bumping along at slightly over 12%, keeps voting for the incumbents and vote in generic career lawyer/politicians on a career path from state to federal government who, mostly, don’t appear to even read the bills that they vote on.

So, if you want change, elect a man who wants to stop our nation’s economic collapse and bring plentiful jobs and prosperity back to our country.

Please support my campaign and spread the word.


Allan Levene for Congress, Hawaii Committee
820 West Hind Drive, # 240-552, Honolulu, HI 96824

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Allan Levene for Congress, Hawaii Committee
820 West Hind Drive, # 240-552, Honolulu, HI 96824

Why elect me and not the others

I am a first generation naturalized citizen from London, England. This nation has been so good to me that I am compelled to do everything that I can to repay my debt to it. If elected, I will.

This is what I’ll do in a nutshell, my key points. I don’t talk in vague terms; I talk in terms of specific proposals and getting substantial bills passed in Congress and signed into law, not renaming post offices as other Hawaii incumbents do and then claiming progress -

Obtain a permanent waiver to the Jones Act of 1920. The Jones Act forbids Asian or foreign flagged ships from delivering goods directly to Hawaii, and picking up Hawaii products on the way to California, and vice versa. They must unload in California, and have the Hawaii freight transferred to a U.S. flagged ship so it can be sent 2,000 miles back to Hawaii. That dramatically increases the cost of landed goods. A waiver will lower Hawaii's cost of living.

End corporate taxes. That will flood this country with foreign business money, not the phony money printed by the Federal Reserve. Domestic corporations with over a trillion dollars sitting overseas will bring it back to create jobs. Foreign corporations will flood this country with money creating jobs, building facilities and factories. That means millions of new, well paid jobs for Americans, and a dramatic increase in GDP. We’ll beat China at its own game.

Legalize marijuana for recreational use in Hawaii. Although a Republican, I support legalizing marijuana. Why? Because no amount of laws or law enforcement will stop people from using it, and as an innocuous drug (tobacco is far more harmful) it is still misclassified as a Schedule I drug! Others Schedule 1 drugs are heroin, LSD, ecstasy and peyote. Foolishly our government claims that cocaine, methamphetamine, methadone, Dilaudid, Demerol, OxyContin and Dexedrine are all less dangerous!

If Hawaii legalizes marijuana, tourism will increase and create new jobs. That means more tax revenue for the state and more income for Hawaii citizens. Legalizing marijuana means that the police won’t waste their time chasing users of this recreational drug and spend time going after real criminals. The crime rate will drop, as crimes against the public will diminish related to marijuana.

Void congressional pensions if they don’t quit after no more than twelve years in office. It will be much easier to enact than a Term Limits Amendment. Our Washington Representatives and Senators understand and love money. I will use that love to help them retire. We need new blood in Washington, not old hacks that never leave office because they have “safe” seats. Those safe seats are so safe that challengers don’t even bother to run against them.

Make our federal election system fair. The public doesn’t know it, but it’s designed to keep the incumbents in and the challengers out. My method is to take the residual campaign money away from the federal politicians after each election cycle, and give it to charity. They will not be able to start asking for new donations until the next election year. Senators and Representatives have millions of dollars in their campaign accounts, far in excess of what a challenger can hope to raise. If everyone starts at zero, we’ll have a better system.

Modify the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006 to eliminate the Postal Service requirement to pre-fund their pensions for up to 75 years! This was designed to bankrupt the post office in favor of private industry. I must reverse that pre-funding clause to save the postal service from either bankruptcy or forcing it to dramatically raise the cost of postage.

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